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Agenda 19-02-201308:30 – 09:00 Technology Entrepreneurship Methodology09:00 – 09:10 Lean Startup – a quick introduction09:...
Building a businessTechnology entrepreneurship methodologyJakob Bejbro Andersenjaban@mek.dtu.dk                         Un...
The special case of”Technology Entrepreneurship”• Entrepreneurship in general can be characterised as:    The identificati...
Prerequisites for Innovation methods                               ESTABLISHED                                      STARTU...
IPD: In an established company                                                 Market                                     ...
IPD: In a startup                                                        What                                             ...
A tool to match the task at hand• The tools deployed need to reflect the nature of the task.Contextual                Esta...
A closer look: The Stage Gate Model*•What is required to execute the stage gate model?•How well does the model handle chan...
Product                                                               Stage                                               ...
The Development LogThe DL is a tool for:• Navigating and managing complexity.• Prioritising tasks.• Handling team resource...
Questions?11   Original material by Thomas J. Howard & Jakob Bejbro for 41631: Innovation in Product Development   2013   ...
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  1. 1. Agenda 19-02-201308:30 – 09:00 Technology Entrepreneurship Methodology09:00 – 09:10 Lean Startup – a quick introduction09:10 – 09:25 Break09:25 – 10:05 Lean Startup – Description of central concepts10:05 – 10:20 Break10:20 – 11:00 SCRUM – Part 109:10 – 09:25 Break11:15 – 11:55 SCRUM – Part 21 Original material by Thomas J. Howard & Jakob Bejbro for 41631: Innovation in Product Development 2013 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark
  2. 2. Building a businessTechnology entrepreneurship methodologyJakob Bejbro Andersenjaban@mek.dtu.dk Unless otherwise stated, this material is under a Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution–Share-Alike licence and can be freely modified, used and redistributed but only under the same licence and if including the following statement:“Original material by Thomas J. Howard and Jakob Bejbro Andersen for course 41631 – Innovation andProduct Development Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Technical University of Denmark”
  3. 3. The special case of”Technology Entrepreneurship”• Entrepreneurship in general can be characterised as: The identification, development and exploitation of opportunities by single persons (entrepreneurs).• Technology entrepreneurship is a subset characterised by being highly dependant on technology for creating value.• The development of technology into commercially attractive products/services is described well in literature (innovation).3 Original material by Thomas J. Howard & Jakob Bejbro for 41631: Innovation in Product Development 2013 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark
  4. 4. Prerequisites for Innovation methods ESTABLISHED STARTUP Knowledge High levels of knowledge Incufficient knowledge, founded in staff and data perhaps specific to certain management systems fields (the advantage?). Organisation Well established organisation with departments aligned to Restricted to roles. company functions. No hierarchy. Responsibilities The business development task is divided into sub-tasks Ad-hoc or vaguely defined. placed in departments. Development The relations between the Cross-disciplinary. Teams often development’s stakeholders lack necessary knowledge and environment are well known. competencies. Customer Customer dialogue is handled Customer is (or should be) by the sales department closely coupled to the proximity development Level of Similarity between Most tasks are solved for the development projects is likely first time. Importance of repetition to be of a high degree. tasks changes over time.4 Original material by Thomas J. Howard & Jakob Bejbro for 41631: Innovation in Product Development 2013 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark
  5. 5. IPD: In an established company Market Well-known relations Need (situation) Product $ Well-known relations Production5 Original material by Thomas J. Howard & Jakob Bejbro for 41631: Innovation in Product Development 2013 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark
  6. 6. IPD: In a startup What now? ? Market ? ? What $ Need now? ? (situation) Product ? ? What now? ? ? Production ? ? ? … So, why do we need the development log?6 Original material by Thomas J. Howard & Jakob Bejbro for 41631: Innovation in Product Development 2013 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark
  7. 7. A tool to match the task at hand• The tools deployed need to reflect the nature of the task.Contextual Established company StartupsettingPrerequi- • High degree of certainty. • Low degree of certainty.sites • Good knowledge • Large gaps in knowledge. coverage. • Focus on effectuation. • Focus on product costs. • Ad-hoc / bricolage • Plannable progress. oriented process. • Sufficient resources. • Few resources (time, $).Tools • Stage Gate Model • Lean Startup (to follow)available • Lean • … and a few(in Engineering Design) • SCRUM derivatives. • Total Quality Management • Gantt Charts • Product Architectures & Platforms. • … and many more!7 Original material by Thomas J. Howard & Jakob Bejbro for 41631: Innovation in Product Development 2013 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark
  8. 8. A closer look: The Stage Gate Model*•What is required to execute the stage gate model?•How well does the model handle changes in the surroundings?•Does it operate well when there are gaps in team’s knowledge? Spend 5 minutes discussing the questions * Robert Cooper, A process model for industrial new product developement, IEEE: Transactions on Engineering Management, Vol. EM-30, No. 1, February 19838 Original material by Thomas J. Howard & Jakob Bejbro for 41631: Innovation in Product Development 2013 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark
  9. 9. Product Stage Product/Service- architectures Lean gate GanttED and Tech Entrepreneurship SCRUM Systems & Platforms Startup model Charts Model developments / tweaks Stage Lean gate Startup model Gantt SCRUM Charts Product/Service- Systems Product architectures & PlatformsPoor match Good match9 Original material by Thomas J. Howard & Jakob Bejbro for 41631: Innovation in Product Development 2013 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark
  10. 10. The Development LogThe DL is a tool for:• Navigating and managing complexity.• Prioritising tasks.• Handling team resources.• Specifically designed for the entrepreneurial process.The DL is not:• A tool prescribing approachesand solutions.• Specific to engineering design.10 Original material by Thomas J. Howard & Jakob Bejbro for 41631: Innovation in Product Development 2013 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark
  11. 11. Questions?11 Original material by Thomas J. Howard & Jakob Bejbro for 41631: Innovation in Product Development 2013 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark
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